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ICELLPOWER unveils Innovative Tall Tubular Batteries

Foremost renewable energy manufacturer has launched its tall tubular battery into the Nigerian market.

At the launching in Lagos at the Corporate Head Office the Business Manager  Mr.  Tunde Towolawi stated that in the quest to meet the increasing demand for more durable and longer lasting batteries, “We are delighted to introduce ICELLPOWER tall tubular batteries with optimized fast charging capabilities and also long back up time produced under the highest industry standards”

Mr. Towolawi also said ICELLPOWER is working endlessly to improve on quality with new innovations as far as the renewable energy industry is concerned. Our products are the best in the Nigerian market for a long time now, and we have the best after sales support, this has led to the tremendous growth we have experienced in recent years.

At ICELLPOWER, we continually delight our ever-growing customer base with pocket friendly prices and regular promotional offers just like with the newly introduced Tall Tubular batteries.Also speaking at the event, Mrs Susan Elumah, Area sales manager explained that “we are delighted and excited to announce that ICELLPOWER has become a household name in Nigeria’s renewable energy market especially with our XX2 inverters and the newly introduced X4 inverters. She further stated that the driving force behind our smart and innovative products is simply quality and affordability.

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